FlowBelow announced Monday it will be moving headquarters and manufacturing operations from Austin to Round Rock, Texas, as it has outgrown its existing facility.
FlowBelow’s history dates back to 2009 when it was started in a garage. The company moved into a 9,000 sq. ft. facility in 2012, then to its current facility in 2014. After five consecutive years of strong revenue growth as a Tier 1 supplier to major truck OEMs, the company says the time has come to relocate again to an even larger space in Round Rock.
“Even during these difficult times FlowBelow has seen increased adoption rates of its aerodynamic technology among fleets and truck OEMs. With our new facility we will be in an even better position to continue to grow our business and introduce new products,” says Josh Butler, founder and president.
FlowBelow says its new facility will provide more space for production, kitting, and warehousing raw material and finished product, which will improve the company’s ability to meet customer expectations as business continues to expand. The new location also offers more space for FlowBelow’s engineering team’s research and development activities.
Over the last five years the company has added additional OEM customers, and now supplies its products to major truck OEMs including Daimler, Paccar, Navistar, and Volvo. FlowBelow says it will begin operations at 106 E. Old Settlers Blvd., in Round Rock on Dec. 1, 2020.